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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

This Week in Crime: A Big Pile of Sad

• Acting Freddie Mac CFO David Kellermann was found dead in his home in Hunter Mills Estates outside of Reston early Wednesday morning. Police suspect suicide.

• Among six men arrested by Fairfax County police in a recent cybersex sting was a 26-year-old man from Cedar Hollow Way in Reston. Arrested March 6, he was charged with two counts of use of a communication system to solicit sex from a minor, attempted indecent liberties with a minor, and carnal knowledge of a minor. Believe it or not, the other suspects' mug shots are far creepier.

• Three upstanding 14-year-olds from Reston and Herndon were charged with setting fires at the Hidden Creek Country Club in Reston on March 21. "The fire caused minimum damage to the landscaping," fire officials said, so thank goodness for that.

• Marysusan Giguere was sentenced to eight years in prison for the March 2008 slaying of her husband, Ronald K. Giguere, 60. The couple had been married for 25 years and lived with their two sons in a home on Crowell Road near Reston, where she famously spray-painted an angry diatribe about her husband's use of pornography on the driveway before the murder took place. "Police found no evidence of pornography in the house," the Washington Post feels compelled to tell us, so thanks for that.

• In perhaps the saddest robbery attempt we've seen to date, police arrested a 27-year-old for attempting to steal a bike from an 11-year-old and his father (PDF) after he jumped out of a moving truck in Fox Mill. WTF?

1 comment:

  1. The Convict in Gulag 4April 22, 2009 at 12:20 PM

    Rest in peace, David Kellermann. I extend my condolences to your family, friends and associates.

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